Simple Weight Watchers Mini Crab Cakes Recipe
Simple Weight Watchers Mini Crab Cakes without Bread Crumbs Recipe. Wondering how to make crab cakes without bread crumbs? It’s actually quite simple! All you need is a few simple ingredients.
These bite-sized crab cakes are perfect for a WW friendly appetizer or side dish. Plus, they’re delicious and easy to customize based on your preferences.
This quick and easy appetizer, or side dish is ready in just 25 minutes, making it perfect when you have last minute guests.
You will not use bread crumbs for this recipe, so it is low carb, and Gluten free. The ingredients you will need are blue crab meat, eggs, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce, baking powder, fresh parsley, Old Bay Seasoning, and a Canola oil.
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Weight Watchers Points
MyWW Points: 1 Green Plan,
1 WW Smart Points
What are Crab Cakes
Crab cakes are a type of seafood cake that is made with fresh or canned crab meat. They are popular in the United States, and can be found in most restaurants that serve seafood.
Traditional crab cakes are made with mayonnaise, bread crumbs, and Old Bay seasoning, but there are many variations on the recipe.
Crab cakes can be baked or fried, and they are often served with a dipping sauce or tartar sauce.
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Blue crab are a type of crustaceans that can be found in the Atlantic ocean. They have a hard outer shell and eight legs.
Blue crabs are a popular seafood item, and can be eaten steamed, boiled, baked, or fried. They are also used in crab cakes and other dishes.
Crab season runs from April to November, so there is plenty of time to enjoy this delicious seafood!
Green Bell Peppers
Green bell peppers are a variety of bell pepper that is typically harvested before it ripens. The green bell pepper has a mild, sweet flavor and is used in a variety of dishes.
Green bell peppers can be eaten raw or cooked. They are high in Vitamin C and other antioxidants.
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Simple Weight Watchers Mini Crab Cakes
- In a large mixing bowl, add blue crab meat, eggs, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, mayonnaise, worcestershire sauce, baking powder, fresh parsley, and old bay seasoning.
- Stir to mix well.
- Place a large skillet over medium/high heat.
- In the skillet, add canola oil to heat.
- Drop tablespoons of batter in skillet, carefully. The crab cakes should be approximately 1½ inches wide.
- Cook approximately 2 minutes, then using a spatula, flip the crab cakes over and cook the other side for approximately 1 minute, or until firm.
For the Sauce:
- In a small mixing bowl, add mayonnaise, mustard, and lemon juice.
- Stir to mix well.
- Store sauce in the refrigerator until serving.
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